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An Epitome of the Criminal Law.

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57, Chancery Lane, W.C.

OF THE

CRIMINAL LAW.

BY

J. CARTER HARRISON,

Solicitor,
FIRST CLASS HONORS AND A Law SOCIETY'S PRIZEMAN, TRINITY, 1880,

Author of An Epitome of the Laws of Probate and Divorce.'

SECOND EDITION.

LONDON:
REEVES AND TURNER, 100, CHANCERY LANE,

Law Booksellers and Publishers.

1885

LONDON: PRINTED BY C. F. ROWORTH, GREAT NEW STREET, FETTER LANE, E.C. PREFACE

TO THE SECOND EDITION.

A SHORT and general introduction to the Criminal Law in narrative form has been added to this Edition, as it was felt that a better explanation might be thus made of some difficult points than by questions and answers; the remainder of the book, however, retains its original form.

The Statutes passed and important cases decided bearing on the Criminal Law since the last Edition have been noted in the text, and references to authorities are to the latest editions.

I desire to express my thanks to H. S. Holt, Esq., B.A., of Keble College, Oxford, for assistance kindly rendered in preparation of this Edition.

J. CARTER HARRISON.

57, CHANCERY LANE, W.C.,

December, 1884.

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